UCHealth Brain and Spine adds new provider in Loveland

UCHealth welcomes physician assistant Benjamin Miceli to the Brain and Spine clinic in Loveland.
April 7th, 2014
Benjamin Miceli

Contact: Kim Vecchio, kim.vecchio@uchealth.org, 970.237.7113

UCHealth welcomes physician assistant Benjamin Miceli to the Brain and Spine clinic in Loveland.

He joins board-certified neurosurgeons Dr. Hans Coester and Dr. Lars Widdel, who offer a comprehensive and multidisciplinary approach for brain and spine conditions to patients throughout northern Colorado, southern Wyoming and Nebraska.  Miceli joined the UCHealth Brain and Spine clinic Mar. 31 in Loveland at 2500 Rocky Mountain Ave., North Medical Office Building, Suite 2200.

“I value the partnerships I build with my patients,” said Miceli. “I want them to trust that I will actively listen to their expectations and concerns and know that they will receive compassionate and professional care.”

Miceli is a certified physician assistant who earned his degree at the Interservice Physician Assistant Program in Fort Sill, Okla.  Prior to joining UCHealth, he worked as a medical assistant at an urgent care in Loveland and has worked for the U.S. Army as a physician assistant, infantryman, combat medic, and combat medic trainer.

For more information about the clinic, call 970.495.7421.

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